Apple releases first macOS 10.13.6 Beta to Developers

Apple today has released the first beta of macOS 10.13.6 to registered developers. As this update is most likely to fix any bugs and also bring improvements to the mac. macOS 10.13.5 has not been released yet to the public but we can expect it to release very soon.

What’s new?

This is an incremental update, meaning that there are no new major features. This beta comes just days before macOS 10.14 which will be unveiled at WWDC next Monday. In recent years, Apple has had a bug fix beta for the mainstream macOS version. Alongside, the developer and public versions of the next generation macOS.

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If there are any notable changes or fixes in macOS 10.13.6 then we’ll be sure to update this article. Stay tuned for Appleosophy’s WWDC18 coverage as we have a team on the ground ready to provide the latest exclusive coverage.

Holden Satterwhite
Author: Holden Satterwhite

Holden Satterwhite is the CEO and Founder of Redfruit Media. Starting with Appleosophy in 2015, an Instagram page started with Chris Grainger who is currently Redfruit Media’s Chief Operating Officer when they were both 12. Mr. Satterwhite is in charge of all mainstream global operations for Redfruit Media He also coordinates with other Executives to formulate new projects and departments to keep the ball rolling on internal and external growth for the company.

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